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The Bears Upstairs

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Katie plays with her toy bears using chairs and later serves them pears.
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published September 1st 1988 by Child's World (first published June 1st 1987)
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Shannon
This book has some "creative ideas for play" in it.. but all of them require chairs. So.. if you give this book to a child, you better include 4-10 chairs as well, or they are going to be sorely dissapointed. Also.. bring bears.
Theresa
great system of books to help teach children to read, each book shows one or more lessons on words, repetition or sound editions. this system has great colorful books with very simple books
Sarah Sammis
A book my son was given a few months ago. While the story itself is cute (a girl plays with some bears and their chairs), the idea of calling a book a "Word Window" is just insulting and lame.
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